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BANGOR, Maine — The 25-foot-long inflatable yellow duck in Broadway Park caused the driver of school bus No. 516 to slow down Tuesday morning to allow the students onboard to see the mega-sized bath...
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2014/10/16 15:15
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SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — A referendum question on the Nov. 4 ballot will ask voters to approve a multimillion-dollar bond for sewer and storm drain improvements. The $3.5 million bond will cover the...
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BRUNSWICK, Maine — The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is reviewing a revised stormwater permit application for an Amtrak Downeaster train layover facility that was rejected by the...
2014/10/15 21:15
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WARREN, Maine — The removal of a mountain of fiber wastes that has plagued the town for more than 15 years will begin in April, but the promise of local manufacturing jobs to turn the material into...
2014/10/09 00:15
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CAMDEN, Maine — Cost overruns in a planned $6.5 million upgrade of the Camden Snow Bowl have reached $500,000, according to the general manager of the facility. Landon Fake said Wednesday the town is...
2014/10/08 19:22
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By Wednesday morning, what remained of the battered boat was mostly submerged. Most of her hull planks had been torn away, and the passenger cabin collapsed. A mayday call for the 50-foot Tiger Shark...
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According to Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Tim Balunis, the Southwest Harbor-based vessel began taking on water during a voyage last week and now lies completely submerged on its starboard side in about 50...
2014/10/08 14:15
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A Coast Guard environmental response team, along with Maine Department of Environmental Protection and National Park Service officials were able to get the RV Tiger Shark to land despite 6 to 8-foot...
2014/10/07 20:22
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That’s according to Fire Chief Richard Tupper, who said the leak was discovered in the cellar of the former Pioneer Print building on Water Street, in between the intersection with Deane Street and...
2014/10/02 17:22
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The meeting, held Sept. 25 in the gymnasium at the Airline Community School, drew an audience of 11. Among that number were several First Wind employees and a reporter. Four representatives of the...
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That was the takeaway from a workshop meeting held Monday night, where the council solicited input on what — if any — changes should be made to the city’s existing rules relating to the use of...
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Reed and Reed Inc. of Woolwich is taking the bridge down as part of a $3.1 million contract, according to Judy Cole, spokeswoman for the New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure,...
2014/09/26 18:15
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AURORA, Maine — About a dozen people showed up, but no one offered any comment when state officials held a public hearing Thursday evening at the local elementary school about a planned...
2014/09/25 20:15
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BANGOR, Maine — The state may have squashed plans by an organization representing more than 180 Maine towns to open a controversial landfill as part of an integrated solid waste and recycling...
2014/09/24 15:22
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The proposed change will be the subject of a public meeting set for Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Airline Community School in Aurora (26 Great Pond Road). First Wind’s application to build an 18-turbine,...
2014/09/24 15:15
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NORTH WATERBORO, Maine — A Waterboro woman is facing a drug charge after an investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing led to her arrest on Tuesday, officials said. Caitlin Bigelow, 26, was...
2014/09/21 15:22
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The board of selectmen Monday night authorized spending up to $10,000 to apply for permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, the Submerged Lands...
2014/09/19 17:15
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In a joint workshop with the Town Council and Planning Board at the municipal building, five representatives from Piper Shores presented an application to amend their current contract zone for two...
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